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Wed, Jan 18th, 2017
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Live cattle finished Wednesday higher in all contracts, with the front three up 40 to 70 cents. Feeder cattle futures were mixed from down 50 cents to 7.5 cents higher. The CME Feeder Index for 1/17 was $132.37 down 19 cents. Wholesale beef prices were higher in the afternoon USDA report with choice price up $1.60 at $193.22 and select up 83 cents with an average of $188.06 reported. Prices on the Fed Cattle Exchange ranged from $120 to $121.25 at an average of $120.52 on the 3,526 head sold, with one pen selling for $118.75. Dressed sales were thin but averaged $190. WTD FI slaughter is estimated at 296,000 head vs. 331,000 head for the same week last year. Feb 17 Cattle settled at $120.275, up $0.700, Apr 17 Cattle settled at $119.400, up $0.400, Jun 17 Cattle settled at $108.925, up $0.400, Jan 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $131.000, up $0.075 Mar 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $129.550, down $0.500 Apr 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $129.075, down $0.425
Lean hogs ended the day lower in all contracts with Feb 17 down 60 cents. The CME lean hog index for 1/16 was 74 cents higher at $64.84.USDA's weighted average carcass value slipped $1.69 in the afternoon report to $78.84. The rib and belly cuts were higher, but the rest were lower with loins down $4.41. Cash hog base price averaged a penny lower for the national average, but were up 39 cents in the IA/MN area and 36 cents higher in the WCB at $63.39 and $63.36 respectively. WTD slaughter is estimated at only 1.183 million head for the shortened week, which is 62,000 head smaller than the same week last year. Feb 17 Hogs settled at $65.200, down $0.600, Apr 17 Hogs settled at $68.825, down $0.900 May 17 Hogs settled at $73.800, down $0.975
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